Friday Morning Rundown

Reston Town Center

Group Calls For Pumpkin Patch Boycott — The head of Fairfax Fraternal Order of Police is calling for a boycott of popular pumpkin patch Cox Farms because of a “Black Lives Matter” sign displayed on building. [Washington Post]

Herndon HS Chorus Kudos —  Several Herndon High students were among singers from 15 Fairfax County high schools named to the 2015 Virginia Honors Choir: Caitlyn Homet, Gabrielle Kubi, Jacob Reeves, Victoria Schrag, and Rebecca Wichman. Teacher Dana Van Slyke was also honored.

Raising Awareness This Weekend — The 2015 Northern Virginia Take Steps For Chron’s and Colitis will take place Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Temporary Road Pavilion in Reston. [Take Steps]

Chick-fil-A Eyes Reopening — Reston’s Chick-fil-A branch on Sunset Hills road may re-open by next weekend. The restaurant has been closed for remodeling since late August. [Twitter]

Recent Stories

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An illustration of a coronavirus (via CDC/Unsplash) After seeing COVID-19 cases climb throughout August, Fairfax County seems to be finishing September at a plateau in the Delta variant-driven surge that…

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